WASHINGTON, Dec 31 (Reuters) - The board charged with oversight of the U.S. Treasury's $700 billion financial rescue fund discussed possible methods of using it to help mitigate foreclosures and supplement other housing stability efforts, minutes of a Dec. 10 meeting showed on Wednesday. The minutes of the Financial Stability Oversight Board, released by the Treasury, also showed that members discussed the difficulties associated with identifying and isolating the effects of the $700 ...
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